CONTENTS. Introduction vii Bibliography xi PART I. — INTRODUCTORY. CHAPTER I. Morality ; Notion ; Universality ; Origin 1 CHAPTER II. Religion 12 § 1. Notion 12 § 2. Universality 19 § 3. Origin 23 PART II. — HISTORICAL. CHAPTER I. Assyria and Babylonia 46 CHAPTER II. Egypt S3 CHAPTER III. The Religions of India 64 § 1. Vedism 64 § 2. Brahmanism 68 § 3. Buddhism 73 CHAPTER IV. Zoroastrianism 83 CHAPTER V. The Religions of China 89 CHAPTER VI. Paganism of Greece and Rome 103 § 1.... Topics: Religion And Ethics, Dissertation
bySullivan, W. R. Washington (William Robert Washington)
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Ethical religion -- The ideal element in morality -- What is a moral action? -- Is there a higher law? -- Is there anything absolute about morality? -- Darwinism in ethics -- The social ideal -- The rights of labor -- Personal morality -- On some features of the ethics of Jesus -- Does the ethics of Jesus satisfy the needs of our time? -- Good Friday from a modern standpoint -- The success and the failure of Protestantism -- Why Unitarianism fails to satisfy -- The basis of the ethical movement... Topics: Ethics, Religion and ethics, Ethical culture movement
A Southern Methodist minister, Oscar Penn Fitzgerald (1829-1911) of North Carolina was sent to California as a missionary by his denomination in 1855. He remained for more than twenty years, winning appointment as state superintendent of public education in 1867 despite his pro-Southern position during the Civil War. In the late 1870s, Fitzgerald returned to the East, editing the Nashville Christian Advocate, 1878-1890, and accepting appointment as a Southern Methodist bishop. California... Topics: Ethnic groups, Law, Religion and ethics
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A Southern Methodist minister, Oscar Penn Fitzgerald (1829-1911) of North Carolina was sent to California as a missionary by his denomination in 1855. He remained for more than twenty years, winning appointment as state superintindent of public education in 1867 despite his pro-Southern position during the Civil War. In the late 1870s, Fitzgerald returned to the East, editing the Nashville Christian Advocate, 1878-1890, and accepting appointment as a Southern Methodist bishop. California... Topics: Law, Mines and mineral resources, Religion and ethics
Joseph Wilkinson Hines (b. ca. 1824) left New York State in 1853 as a Methodist missionary to Ohio. He later settled in Santa Clara County, California, where he was a prominent Republican and anti-slavery advocate. Touching incidents in the life and labors of a pioneer (1911) is a collection of unrelated papers by Hines: speeches and poems touching such subjects as missionary experiences in Oregon, the history of Santa Clara, Sir George Seymour, Mount Hood, Klamath Indians, woman suffrage, and... Topics: Frontier and pioneer life, Ethnic groups, Women, Religion and ethics
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Albert Williams (1809-1893) was pastor of a church in Clifton, New Jersey, when the Presbyterian Board of Missions sent him to California via Panama in February 1849. A pioneer pastorate (1879) recalls his five years in San Francisco, 1849-1854, in which he organized the First Presbyterian Church and witnessed fires, earthquakes, and cholera epidemics. He offers vignettes of other clergy in the San Francisco area, missionary work among the Chinese, and accounts of visits to San José,... Topics: First Presbyterian Church (San Francisco, Calif.), Frontier and pioneer life, Ethnic groups, Law,...
William Taylor (1821-1902) was a Methodist minister specializing in "street preaching" in Baltimore and Washington, D.C., when the Methodist church sent him to California as a missionary evangelist in 1849. He remained in the West for seven years, going on to become one of the church's most tireless worldwide evangelists. He later conducted crusades in Canada, Britain, Australia, New Zealand, South America, and South Africa. In 1884 he was named Missionary Bishop for Africa and he... Topics: Missions, Ethnic groups, Urbanization, Real estate development, Mines and mineral resources,...
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Introductory.--Socrates as a missionary of the human spirit.--Greek self-criticism.--Salvation by wisdom.--The mission of the Jews.--The advent of the Saviour.--Preparation of the world.--Preparation of the spirit Topics: Church history -- Primitive and early church, ca. 30-600, Religious thought -- To 600, Apologetics...